Originally Posted by kiwilime
Just letting you know enabling multitouch on a resistive touch screen does not make it as responsive as a capacitive one. It just allows more than one point to be registered at a time.
haha that wasnt my question. Capacitive screens use electricity or w/e in your fingertips; hence you barely touch and it recognizes. Resistive screens requires pressure.
Progress Multitouch on resistive screen is as fast as polar ice caps melting.
what i was referring to was how "MUCH" you have to swipe in order to get to the page on the left or right.
In htc sense builds
*you barely have to slide and it recognizes that you wanna get to another page.
In android builds (non htc rosie aka sense ui)
*you have to swipe alot (probably from one side of the screen to the other side).
I know this is possible because i've used panda hero theme (Which emulates sense ui). And the swiping was noticeably less resistant almost lik those htc sense builds i was refering to.
i think i have to make a video just to ask my question if im not explaining it that well.
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